Companies are upheld to higher ethical standards than ever before, and the ethics of technology is frequently called into question. But what about the role technology could play in supporting ethical decision making in itself?
Over the years, our thinking at The Bakery has evolved, as we have done more and more work with some amazing corporates and entrepreneurs around the world. Rather than describing a journey, we think of a continuum of innovation along which all corporates sit and may be moving.
With a very packed house, we kicked off our new event series, Make Innovation Happen, as an opportunity for corporates to share their key learnings, and encourage change and growth.
This October, The Bakery was invited to speak at South Summit in Madrid on the topic of corporate innovation.
Slush has become one of the most well regarded tech events, not just in Europe, but globally. Why?
Tracy Doree, Co-Founder of Kindred Capital, investor in tech start-ups, and pioneer of equitable venture, talks about the firm’s vision and plans for 2018.
At The Bakery we run challenge led accelerator programmes to connect start-ups to real revenue opportunities with our corporate clients.
Corporates are embarking on a journey as they try to innovate faster and better, while thinking and acting differently in a changing world.